Do Happy Project
What does it mean to Do Happy? How was this concept born?
You will learn about the origin of this movement and adopt a new way to think about Happiness when Happy becomes a Verb!
This assembly will encourage students to identify what activities give them a sense of well being, and will better prepare them to identify, choose, and participate in opportunities to do just that .
An added bonus is that the entire presentation includes and teaches sign language, which is an action based model of communication.
Find out how to bring this Social-Emotional Learning Program
to your School!
Elementary & Middle School
Do Happy Challenge
Remember the ALS Ice bucket Challenge? Well this is similar but much less wet and cold!!
We are challenging you to Do Happy. If you are nominated please submit a video of yourself doing something showing how you Do Happy.
Find out how to bring this challenge to your school or organization and boost community by spreading the
Do Happy message!
Do Happy Rock Project
The very act of PAINTING rocks,
CREATING drawings & messages, SPREADING kindness, hope &
happiness, WALKING or BIKING
around town or even TRAVELING
on vacation and SHARING the rocks
are all ways we can Do Happy for ourselves and others.
Find out how to bring this program to your preschool, school or organization.
Great for ALL ages!
We are proud to be an ambassador for
The Kindness Rocks Project’s
(www.kindnessrocksproject.com) and are aligned with their mission that “one message
at the right moment can change someone’s day, their outlook and indeed their whole life.”
Do Happy Stickers
Unleash your inner artist.
Check out some of our
Do Happy Stickers and let your creative juices flow as you
get a chance to help create our next new Do Happy sticker!
email info@dohappyproject to catch an opportunity to be featured!
DID YOU KNOW???
American Sign Language (ASL) is the only language that you TALK by MOVING YOUR HANDS…
you TALK by DOING (HAPPY)
American Sign Language is a form of communication made up of complete vocabulary & grammar but is expressed through physical movements of the hands & arms rather than through speech.